'Sustainability', 'environmentally friendly', 'eco', 'social responsibility', these are all terms we are familiar with hearing and that society is taking notice of when buying products of all kinds, including paint.

In a commercial environment that is built on business models that design in obsolescence and product failure, how can you be sure your business is buying products that are made with ingredients that come from renewable sources and that won’t fail prematurely?

You may have heard of or know about VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) which are harmful to the environment and health. However, paints marketed on low or zero VOC levels might not be as environmentally friendly as you think.

Introducing Paintfinity – a truly sustainable paint

A certified carbon neutral company that takes environmental sustainability seriously across their business, Paintfinity allows its customers to use less of the world’s resources while being confident in a high quality, durable product.

"Four years ago we developed a unique range of highly performing, sustainable paint products aimed specifically at the contract market and launched Paintfinity in 2014"

“For many years working as a chartered building surveyor I had been concerned with the levels of waste and pollutants produced by the building sector in the UK," says Chris Davies, Managing Director, Paintfinity. "Because of my background, producing a product that was less harmful to the environment was not enough, it had to out-perform non-green products, respond to the demands of the toughest environments and it had to use less resources to do so.

"Four years ago we developed a unique range of highly performing, sustainable paint products aimed specifically at the contract market and launched Paintfinity in 2014. We now sell to many of the leading hotels in the UK, including The Dorchester, Savoy, Hilton Group, Principle Hotel Company and Devere Hotels to name but a few.”